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Published In: 4–5. 1962. Name publication detail

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Contributor Text: J. RENZ
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: June-July.
Type: Type: Nepal, “In Sirinagur” Kamroop.
Distribution: Distribution: Himalaya, region from Chitral to Nepal, Bhutan, S. E. Tibet. In marshy open places and coniferous forest.
Comment/Acknowledgements: Sod in J. Bot. 66:17 (1928) and Ann. Hist. Nat. Mus. Natl. Hung. 26:346 (1929) recognized two varieties of Dactylorhiza hatagirea; var. schlaginweitii Sod from Skardu and Ladak. This may represent one of the rather dubious alpine dwarf forms of Dactylorhiza hatagirea, which can hardly be classified, if the general aspect of the entire population is not known.

Dactylorhiza hatagirea var.? afghanica Soo. from Kurram-Valley (Aitch. 570), which is nearest to Dactylorhiza umbrosa.

Photo: Dactylorhiza hatagirea (D. Don) Soó (Photo)
Illustration: Dactylorhiza hatagirea (D. Don) Soó (Illustration)
Map Location: A-8,Gilgjt: Bhagrol, c.25 miles from Gilgit, Saood Umer, Nazimuddin & Wahid 1066 (KUH); Ultar Nullah, 25.6.54, Baltit, F. Schmid s.n. (RAW); Naltar, R. R. Stewart s.n. (RAW); Naltar Valley, marshy meadow near Dumial Rest House, 3000 m, Renz 10271 (Hb. Renz); Sai, 3600 m, 7. 1880, Tanner 180 (DD); Giles 189 (DD); B-6 Chitral: Kafiristan, Bomboret Valley, near Village Shahkha Nan Deh (Chehan deh), 2400-2500 m, in a population of D. Kafiriana, Renz 10781 a (Hb. Renz); Chitral, Shigore-Aviret, 2750 m, S. A. Bowes Lyon, s.n. (BM); B-7 Hazara: Naran to Saif-ul Maluk, above 2500, Ch. Shaukat Ali 105 (BM); Kaghan Vy., John Abel 180 (BM); B-7 Swat; Kalam, Stewart & Rehman 25117 (RAW, BM); Rodin 5656 (RAW); E. of Kalam, Y. Nasir & E. Ecker 7500 (RAW); Gurne-Valley, E. Kalam, above Chardai, 3200 m, Renz 10277 (Hb. Renz); Between Paloga & Mahidand, 2300 m, K. Honda 74 (KYO); between Kalam & Paloga, 2390 m, K. Honda 43 (KYO); Around Utrot, 2000-2500 m, Renz 10588 (HB. Renz); id., E. Nasir & Zaffar Ali 4011 (RAW); S.W. Utrot, in coniferous forest, 2500-2900 m, Renz 10275 (Hb, Renz); Ushu Valley, N.E. Kalam, near Mahidand, 2900 m, Renz 10795 (Hb. Renz); Jabba, 2800 m Renz 10276 (Hb. Renz); id., E. Nasir 3946 (RAW); id., E. Nasir & Siddiqi 2308 (RAW); B-7 Hazara: Miranjani, R. R. Stewart 28681 (RAW); Kaghan Valley, Naran, 2400-2600 m, Renz 10778; 10777 (Hb. Renz); Kaghan (partly tending to D. Kafiriana), Inayat 22594; 22595 (DD); Shinkiari, 9. 7. 1896, Inayat 20191 (DD); Naran to Saiful Maluk, Shaukat Ali 105 (RAW); Above Sharan, Y. Nasir & W. Meijer 8903, 8804 (RAW); Naran, Altaf Shah 29089 (RAW); Miranjani, R. R. Stewart, s.n. (RAW); B-7 Muzaffarabad, Gujar Nar, 2300 m, Muquarrab Shah 1944 (G); Above Chorwan, R. R. Stewart 19740 (RAW); Burzil Pass, R. R. Stewart 19037 (RAW); B-8 Astor: Rama Valley, S. W. of Astor, 3200 m, J. E. Lancaster & T. A. S. Pearson 1223 (BM)1Baltistan: Paskyum, 2850 m, B. B. Osmaston 148 (K); Sailing to Kande, G. L. Wesbster & E. Nasir: 5934 (DD, RAW).


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Plants up to 60 cm tall. Stem stout, ± fistular, leafy. Leaves 3-6, ± adpressed to the stem, unspotted, lanceolate to broadly lanceolate and elliptic, often conspicuously narrowed towards the base, broadest at the middle or somewhat above, mostly large 6-15 (-20) cm long, up to 5 cm broad. Inflorescence broadly cylindric, rather short, (3-)5-10(-15) cm, densely many-flowered. Bracts lanceolate, the lower exceeding the flowers. Flowers vividly colored, purplish-lilac or rose, rarely white. Dorsal sepal erect-spreading, ovate-oblong to lanceolate, up to 10 mm long, lateral sepals somewhat reflexed, slightly longer than the dorsal; petals slightly shorter; apex of dorsal sepal and petals ± hooded. Labellum nearly flat, mostly broader than long, broadly oval, entire or somewhat 3-lobed in front, up to 11 mm long, 13 mm broad, minutely papillose above, tinged with dark purple dots and lines. Spur cylindric, ± obtuse. Ovary slightly twisted, glabrous.
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